LONDON, Aug 28- Global coffee exports fell 3.6 percent in July from a year earlier to total 9.59 million 60 kg bags, the International Coffee Organization said on Friday. For the first 10 months of the 2014/ 15 season, which began on Oct. 1 last year, coffee exports were down 2.8 percent at 92.85 million bags. Robusta coffee exports fell 8.4 percent in July from a year...» Read More
Starbucks is raising most beverage prices from five to twenty cents starting today.
July 6- Starbucks Corp said it would raise prices for some of its coffee beverages by 5- 20 cents in the United States from Tuesday. Starbucks, however, will leave the prices of some popular beverages such as the Grande Brewed Coffee and the Frappuccino unchanged in most U.S. outlets, it said on Monday. The price hike, which will be implemented "market-by-market and...
NEW YORK, July 1- J.M. Smucker Co cut prices for most of its Folgers and Dunkin' Donuts coffee brands sold in the United States by 6 percent, the biggest U.S. roaster said on Wednesday, partially reversing last year's price hikes to woo back customers. The company is the first U.S. roaster to cut prices after a customer backlash following a 9 percent price hike just over a...
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera speaks to Nelly Kaperony, who says her business is under strain in Greece because it relies on imports.
NEW YORK, July 1- J.M. Smucker Co cut prices for most of the Folgers and Dunkin' Donuts coffee brands sold in the United States by 6 percent, the biggest U.S. roaster said on Wednesday, after a price hike last year led to a loss of market share. In June, Smucker raised list prices on most of its U.S. packaged coffee by roughly 9 percent for the first time in three years because a...
J.M. Smucker cuts prices on its Folgers and Dunkin' Donuts packaged coffee.
LONDON, June 30- Global coffee exports fell 12 percent in May from a year earlier to total 9.28 million 60 kg bags, the International Coffee Organization said on Tuesday. For the first eight months of the 2014/ 15 season, which began on Oct. 1 last year, coffee exports were down 4.6 percent at 72.31 million bags. Robusta coffee exports fell 23.4 percent in May from a year...
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Coffee retailer Starbucks met earnings and revenue estimates and reported a key restaurant metric that topped analysts' forecasts.
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NEW YORK/ LONDON, March 26- Raw sugar futures tested the prior session's six-year low in thin trade on Thursday, under pressure from a strengthening dollar, abundant supplies and light physical demand, while arabica coffee extended gains. New York cocoa futures eased, pressured by the weak sterling, and bucking the session's higher trend in larger commodity...
Starbucks created the coffee industry, but there's room for new business models to compete against it, says Ed Schultz of Honolulu Coffee.
Outside the Starbucks annual meeting, shareholders like Mary Melalson, Evie Scribner and Steve Nussbaum react to the company's new "Race Together" initiative, and baristas Harrison Deatherage and Tyler Wright prepare to write those words on coffee cups.
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